Types of engines and how they differ

Gasoline engine

It is known as a four-stroke engine.

It works with gasoline thanks to a thermodynamic base that converts the energy of ignition by the mixture of air and fuel into mechanical energy.

Diesel engine

This engine is used by means of transport that require more power and also for long journeys.

Electric engine

It is an engine that converts electrical energy into mechanical without the need to resort to gasoline or diesel engine combustion.

LGP and CNG engine

They are vehicles that run on alternative fuels such as liquefied petroleum gas or natural gas.

Hybrid engine

Hybrid engines are the novelty of the technological market.

They are conventional combustion engines and an electric motor with high-voltage batteries can use either of the two engines.

Types of engines and how they differ
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